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thaÑaÑaÑaÑaÑaÑñ of labor unions and good government organizations say mitt romney and his family made millions from investments as a result of the auto bailout but did not reveal the windfall in his june 1st, 2012 financial disclosure report to the office of government ethics. uaw president bob king says mitt romney and his family personally profited by at least $15.3 million from the 2009 auto bailout, yet did not disclose that in financial statements to run for president. "the public needs to know how much mitt romney bet against the american worker with his investment." at an auto workers' union hall in toledo, ohio, king and investigative journalist greg palast described ann and mitt romney's involvement in a hedge fund that purchased delphi automotive, a key supplier of parts to general motors, and how delphi's new owners got rid of 25,000 workers, dumped pensions and leveraged more than $12 billion in rescue funds by threatening to withold key auto parts from reaching gm's assembly line. "the hedge fund held up steering columns and other things that had gm not gotten them, they
activity--repairing and rebuilding. depsite the storm-- the government is expected to report unemployment numbers for october this friday. phone companies along the east coast are preparing for the likelihood of overtaxed communication infrastructure during hurricane sandy. at&t is fueling up emergency portable generators and disaster recovery trailers to move into affected areas. authorities recommend people use text messaging rather than phoning or internet during large scale disasters. texting uses far less network capacity. several corporations are postponing earnings reports in the wake of hurrican sandy. among some notable companies that were supposed to report today pfizer, sirius xm radio, power plant company nrg, martha stewart living and avon are all waiting until later this week or even next week to report numbers. a number of potentially market moving events are cancelled in new york. new york federal reserve president william dudley has called off his speech today in connecticut. his remarks tend to be closely monitored because he's reportedly viewed as a close confidant
. >>> and the federal government remains shuttered for a second day. in seven minutes, we'll tell you about the mess that needs to be cleaned up. >> other top story, getting ready for the world series parade. it takes a lot to organize a big event. fortunately, the city has a little recent experience. tara has some of the activities that are happening today. >> we have the black and orange. they are busy stappling away. we have six floats. we have a ways to go. >> getting everything ready in time. plap. >>> and you're in our -- >> they are stappling sheeting, cutting wood and painting orange stripes. while the players are in vintage cards. . >> we are just in a world wind of activity right now. and we have less than 24 hours to produce the parade. as you could see, there's an army of parade termites. getting the giant colors up. >> and in 2010, an estimated 1 million people attended the parade downtown. this time around, the same number is expected they tell us they are not beefing up the staffing levels. discretionary -- if you are working, you can't take the day off. >> we want everybody working b
and governments are planning next month for the state to overturn that decision and we will not get a final decision as this will all be worked out until sometime next year. live in santa clara ktvu channel 2 morning news. >>> we had a warm opening from the fans' latest title... >> about 500 fans gathered at at&t park yesterday after the caravan of buses arrived. pablo sandoval arrived with the photography and handed it off to sergio romo. bruce bochy talked about this year's run. >> i can't say i had more fun than what i had with these unselfish guys who never bothered anyone they are new rested up. >> tomorrow it will not be marched by more vandalism. they spent the day cleaning up graffiti to follow the big win and people started bond fires and created other forms of damage. there were arrests and more than half were felonies. >> i would not anticipate this event and it is a family event, it is on a school day and we want families, anybody to come. this my any bus recently had a 3,000 dollar makeover and this appeared in a san francisco chronicle. you can see them using a street barricad
. 500 chefs are asking the u.s. government to prevent unapproved fish from making it onto american plates. and the national average on a gallon of unleaded gasoline dipped 14 cents from last week. kevin craney of rjo futures joins us on this monday morning. good morning to you kevin. > > good morning. > > better-than-expected news about the economy came out in that gdp number on friday. will we see follow-through in the market today? > > i think you will see a little bit of follow-through. that number is really a feel- good number. 2% above expectations. but really i do think it's important to dig down into the details of that number - fixed investment and exports actually contracting. so, the question is how long can the consumer continue to spend and the government continue to spend and prop up the economy? so, i think that's something you have to watch. but yes, i do think we'll see a little follow-through today. > > how much of an effect do you think this storm that seems to be brewing out there, wicked whether this week, will affect the market? will it be rattled? > > the mode
back. >> fema said the government plans to pay 100% of the bill to restore power. >> can't get over those pictures. >>> our weather now, rain last night. >> some sprinkles today. folks in the north bay, it was wet all night for halloween. we got breaks in san jose, but we saw rain, half inch in the heaviest locations. clear outside right now. where the rain showers have gone, moving off in this direction. light scattered showers, a few drop ins san jose this morning. rainfall accumulation. you can see it decreases as you get south towards san jose. good news about the rain, the thing i like, it really does start to help the fire danger. till we are into had winter and the days -- you know, rain helps. good news there. fire danger high. we can see the wind events. 65 in san raff el. 68 oakland. -- san rafael, 68 oakland. highs this weekend, warmer. we will have that in a minute. the weather system rolls off. tomorrow, friday, that is great, well, this is over night. it might drizzle. increasing clouds tomorrow. partly cloudy skies. hazy sunshine. that keeps temperatures mild. like to
warnings there could be another government shut down if president obama is re-elected. >>> we want to give you a look at some key battleground states. we have nevada, colorado, iowa, michigan, ohio, new hampshire, and virginia, eight swing states. and according to the latest polls, take a look at the numbers. in these states, the president hold a four point lead over mitt romney. and those are five out of eight states. you can see some of the numbers. nevada is 45 to 55% and similar number across the board there. but in colorado, there are two dualing poll there's. one bit public policy of poll gives romney a lead and roiders has it closer within a point. and there are the two states that are clearly too close to call right now. you have florida and ohio. look at that obama is wing by only 2% in florida and ohio they are also just 2% apart. >>> the federal government is buying gasoline to get fuel super storm sandy victims. the obama administration ordered 12 million gallons of unleaded fuel and 10 million gallons of diesel. tanker trucks will take the fuel to gas stations in new york, new
: president barack obama has assured the state of the government's continued support. >> what i can promise is the federal government will be working as closely with the state and officials and we will not quit until this is done. >> reporter: they are fueling the $35 billion boardwalk and the widespread damage is creating a tripling blow to the state. >> everything is gone all the rides are torn down, everything. >> the damage is minor compared to the things that are irreplaceable. >> look to your right and to your left, your son, your wife, your daughter, those are things that can't be replaced. >> the national guard is here and public works officials have come to remove debris. >> reporter: there are areas where people are in radical situations and one of those places is hoboken where thousands remain trended because of the -- stranded because of the water but the mayor said they need more supplies. >>> the district county is changing the way they prosecute some crimes. the new guidelines will allow illegal immigrants to stay in the area. the guidelines would only apply to cases of minor
government, as well as the president's schedule. scott? >> reporter: dave, good morning. hurricane sandy has just arrived. the winds are picking up and for that reason, the u.s. government is closed -- congress shut down, the federal agencies -- irs and social security closed. as you mentioned, president obama returning here from a campaign stop in orlando this morning to oversee the response. here's a live look at atlantic city, new jersey. they're to the east of us along the shore. the winds are stronger and surf is stiff and nearing record levels. it will approach the record levels later tonight. we have a severe weather situation, so severe in washington, d.c., the instruction is quite clear. "stay indoors." here's president obama talking about hurricane sandy. >> reporter >> going to be slow moving. that means that it may take a long time not only to clear but also to get, for example, the power companies back in to clear trees and to put things back in place so that folks can start moving back home. >> reporter: here's the summary. schools are closed, transit systems are closed, road
of charges but he said the government promised him immunity for his work informing. he was arrested last year after being on the run for 16 years. his trial is set to start in march but his attorneys want it delayed until next november saying they need more time to prepare. >>> another court hearing scheduled today for the tina teen accused of attempted murder. the judge ruled that max wade will have to stand trial. wade's alleged crime spree started last year when police say he stole a chef's car and then in april he fired shots at two teens causing minor injuries. >> new this morning from los angeles, four people shot on the usc campus outside of a halloween party. what happened and whether any students were involved in this. >> reporter: let me tell you, no students were involved. they are telling us neither the suspects nor the victims were students but quite a scary situation for all of the students here on the usc campus. it was shut down. there was a campus wide alert. i will show you where it happened. if you are familiar with the usc campus this happened next to the heart of the usc
before election day. they are looking at the government response to the storm and mitt romney has also reworked hits campaign schedule. >>> we will have coverage from the super storm coming up in 15 minutes and we will have more on how we are helping millions power outages. >>> giants are waking up in the bay area after a warm welcome celebrating the team's latest title. >> cheers were heard as they landed. fans and airport workers were there as manager bruce bochy dealt the manager. from the airport it was then on to at&t and about 500 fans gathered as a caravan gathered with the trophy and then handed it off to sergio romo to show it off. >> it is very fitting they are here to receive us especially with the trophy. this is where we fight for it and work for it at this time. they say they are now resting for tomorrow's parade. >>> and they are making the final jump and more than million will help get them their muni will add shuttle buses and cars as they build the parade floats and they are now working over time. >> we will be bursting couldn't 501.7 miles. if you plan to take part,
. the government and rebels just started peace talking aimed at ending the fighting that has gone on for some 50 years now and killed tens of thousands of people. >>> in switzerland, ubs has announced it is cutting 5,000 jobs and 3,000 of them are in connecticut. this comes after 500 jobs were cut last year. ubs also announced losses in the third quarter. the bank has been trying to come back after bad investments and a trading scandal. >>> in japan a government audit shows billions of the dollars has been spend on other unrelated projects including a contact lens property. nearly all 340,000 people who were evacuated still don't have permanent homes. the government has acknowledged that it has not done enough. >>> visitors to san francisco's palace of fine arts are being warned to watch out for racoons. in recent weeks the aggressive animals have attacked people and pets and that has prompted the city's rec and park department to postsigns. >> i know two of the three people attacked by the racoons in the last month. >> reporter: officials say they have contacted a neighbor who was feeding anima
the damage caused by huricane sandy and hill a million people have no electricity. the government is shut down and the damage is widespread r the rain is still coming down and the winds are still gusty, scott? >>> indeed, this storm peeked and the sound of the train hitting at the autumn leaves, the storm is still kicking and the nation's capital is still closed for a second day. the major thoroughfares, the highways are open but side streets are impassable because of floods and 8 to 10 inches. governors in maryland and in virginia all the way to the middle east are calling this a disaster. >> this is the most catastrophic event we have been able to plan for in any of our lifetimes. >> look at these trees uprooted at the white house. the power is on there and the infrastructure is quite good but they affect the city in maryland and gin and that's the story, half a million people are without power and they are without, without a doubt indefinitely. >>> they are able to release the reports -- job's report and watch closely it indicates how the economy is doing. last month it fell to 8% the
on schedule on friday despite this government shutdown. the jobs report is watched closely as an indicator of how the economy is doing. last month, the unemployment rate fell to 7.8%, the lowest level since president obama took office. friday's enemployment report would be the last one released before next tuesday's election. >>> 7:17. gas prices on the east coast may shoot up because of hurricane sandy if oil production is disrupted. >>> hundreds are jobs are being cut by paypal. the job cuts are coming from that stream lining fort. the company officials say paypal has developed a reputation as a bureaucratic workplace and they are adding that makes it harder to attract and retain the best software engineers and designers. >>> jury selection begins for a san jose elementary school principal accused of failing to report a case of suspected child abuse by a cheecher -- teacher. prosecutors say the prince -- prosecutors say the principal failed to report the teacher's behavior. children started to come forward. that mother alled police and chandler came came forward. the principal faces a mi
with state and local governments. we're making sure that food and water and emergency generation is available for those communities that will be hardest hit. we anticipate that the center of the storm will hit landfall sometime this evening. but because of the nature of the storm, we're certain that this will be a slow-moving process through a wide swath of the country. and millions of people will be affected. the most important message that i have for the public right now is pleased listen to what your state and local officials are saying. when they tell you to evacuate, you need to evacuate. do not delay. don't pause. don't question. -- don't question the instructions that are being given because this is a serious storm and could have potentially fatal consequences if people do not act quickly. the good news is that the governors and local officials, i think, have had a few days of preparation. there has been extraordinarily close coordination between state, federal and local governments. so we're confident that the assets are prepositioned for the effectiveness in response to this storm. k
and is, instead, returning to washington to oversee the government's emergency response to hurricane sandy. and mitt romney canceled campaign appearanceness virginia yesterday and events in new york -- i'm sorry, new hampshire tomorrow. today, romney is campaigning in ohio, iowa and wisconsin, both romney and obama campaigns say they will suspended their fundraising e-mails to voters on the east coast out of consideration for the storm's impact. >>> hurricane sandy, its impact already being felt on the u.s. financial markets. there will be no trading on the floors of the new york stock exchange or the nasdaq today no. electronic trading on those markets, either. they could remain closed tomorrow as well but that decision will be made later today. >>> people who live in treasure island can stop boiling their drinking water now. the tests show the water is now safe to drink. the san francisco public utilities commission says residents should flush their appliances and pipes first. that's after the water main broke on friday night. >>> back to the world series coverage. as we mentioned
-- to show us how the storm is affecting the federal government and president obama's schedule. >> and dave, this seping news, the white house says the president has canceled tomorrow's appearance in green bay, wisconsin to stay here in d.c. and monitor this storm, d.c., the nation's capital, is a ghost town. let's take a look at the president hopping on a plane. he knows what it sit -- what is sitting -- what is hitting here. the rains already coming down heavy. they will get heavier as the afternoon moves along. the administrator of fema talking about how they are preparing this morning. >> pennsylvania, flooding and we've been moving stuff into position. because power outages are likely to top the million- dollar mark. the u.s. -- is announcing closures. >>> the supreme court hears arguments in a copyright protection case that has a graduate student being backed up. the student used ebay to sell 900 textbooks published abroad by wiley and sons. i made $100,000 overseas where he got them. >>> there is a town hall meeting in richmond tonight to discuss the tax on sugary drinks. measure 1 t
up. it will get worst. the city right now is on lock down. it is empty. the government is closed. the white house, con congress, federal agents are shut down for business. emergency personnel are working here today. once more, mass transit, train stations are empty. and power outages are looming up to several million people could lose power by midnight. president obama had to campaign the stops in florida and ohio to deal with the emergency. he spoke after a briefing in the white house situation room. transportation room is tied up for a long time. friday, the significant impact for a lot of people in addition to flooding will be getting power back up. we anticipate there are a lot of trees down, a lot of water. >> by the shore especially. and the record levels in the eastern shores, delaware and new jersey. president obama is campaign -- canceling the campaign spot tomorrow. the storm is hitting its peak right now in washington. live this afternoon, scott mcfarland, ktvu news. >> we'll be following hurricane sandy throughout the day on ktvu. more on the website and full coverage
disaster assistance, grants or loans. president obama is already making government assistance available in new york city and parts of new jersey. an executive-level shake-up at apple: two senior vice presidents, one in charge of apple's retail stores and the other tied to the google maps debacle, are leaving the company. john browett's departure is immediate. he cut staffing hours at apple's retail stores, a traditional retail move to improve profits but which, at apple, undercut what some describe as ambassadors of apple's brand who guide customers to in-person technical support. scott forstall's software division replaced google maps with apple's own maping application that suffered heavy criticism from iphone five customers. apple admits the retail cutbacks were a mistake and has apologized for weaknesses in its mapping application. boeing is delaying the delivery united continental. the airline picked up its first 787 in september. the timetable for the next delivery is unclear. meanwhile, boeing reportedly is closing a deal to sell 35 of its redesigned 737 aircraft to russia's avi
added 171,000 jobs last month even though the government is continuing to shed jobs. the unemployment ticks up to 7.9% as more try to enter the work force. both candidates are putting their spin on the last jobs report. mitt romney campaign just sent us this statement that says the jobs report is a sad remind tear the economy is at a virtual standstill. democrats are touting the stronger than expected houring neurals -- hiring numbers we'll hear from president obama in the next few minutes during his first campaign stop of the day in ohio. romney campaigns next hour in wisconsin and heads to ohio as well. reporting live from washington, d.c. alison burns ktvu channel 2 news. >>> it is 7:15. a new ktvu field poll shows a dramatic shift in how people in california say they will vote on proposition 34. the proposed repeal of the state death penalty. the poll shows a sudden surge in support for proposition 34 with 45% of likely voters saying they will vote yes and 38% saying they will vote no. 17% of voters are undecided. proposition 34 would eliminate the death penalty in california and
government to do its investigation. port wants workers to give back 15% of their salaries and pay more for healthcare. he spokesperson sent you this statement saying the port worker are the best compensated for classification of public sector work. if there is no resolution to this labor dispute by december, workers say they will consider going on strike, which would happen during the height of the holiday season. >>> the reopening celebration of the remodeled wal-mart was met with a protest. worker and leader will calling for better conditions. they accuse management of retaliation. walmart says it takes any accusation of employee mistreatment serious. they say they have an open door policy of direct communication with its associates, which is effective. >>> jury in santa clara county spent most of the day deliberating in the case of a principal accused of failing to report possible child abuse by a teacher. in less than an hour ago, the jury met with the judge to report that they are split 8-4. the main issue cop the division is whether lyn vijayendran of whaley elementary school had
. >> friends and family of former senator george mcgovern gathered for his funeral. the 90-year-old died this past sunday. he served in the u.s. house and senate and ran as the democratic nominee against republican richard nixon in 1972. after leaving politics he devoted himself to issues of hunger and poverty. plans call for mcgovern to be buried in washington, d.c. >> a $2 million fine for sending out an e-mail about facebook. why it's not so much what he said but when he said it that got one worker fired. >> in eight minutes the very personal experience with bullying that has inspired a california lawmaker and what's happening for the first time ever at schools. how does it brew such great coffee? well, inside the brewer are these green fields of coffee, actually, i just press this button. brew what you love, simply. keurig. >>> citigroup accepted a fine admitting one of its employees leaked information about facebook before it went public. si tee corp. was part of the consortium of banks. regulations forbid banks from sharing information about companies who are launching stocks until
across america. >> so if you kill business what kind of government do you have? you have a broke government. >> i know these guys keep saying mitt romney is a businessman but i don't think that he's a small businessman. >> reporter: and as this conversation goes the clock ticks and the final count down to election day is under way. mike mibach, ktvu news. >>> employees at the san francisco -- workers would turn off air-conditioning in clean rooms at night even though they were supposed to be climate controlled. so far 338 people have gotten sick from the outbreak and 25 have died. >>> in a little bit of fog is showing up at the coast tonight it's just getting there right now. the winds at the golden gate bridge are coming out of the west and south at three. so it's this direction. i have a little bit of fog showing up. it's going to be fairly dense tonight. that fog is going to go away tomorrow. it's there right now but it will likely be gone in the morning. they had a red flag warning in effect, they dropped that now. that's good news for southern california. for us we had that
the storm is having on the federal government as well as the president's schedule. scott? >> reporter: let's begin with president obama returning from a campaign stop in florida this morning to washington, d.c. to oversee the response of the storm. the rain is moderate, the winds are moderate, this is a warm up for washington, d.c. by dinnertime 60-mile per hour gusts and torrential downpours. let me give you a live look at atlantic city, new jersey. the epicenter, is expected to go through southern new jersey, through atlantic city later today. for that reason, the wind gusts are going to hit new jersey, maryland, and virginia and dc. the u.s. government closed, congress shut down, the white house, as the president gears for response. here's what he said last evening. >> at this stage, everybody is confident that the staging process, the prepositioning of resources, commodities, equipment that will be needed to respond to the storm are in place. >> reporter: power crews from across the country called in to respond to what is expected to be millions of power outages across the mid-atlantic
city council has voted not to cooperate with the federal government's secure communities program. under the program local officials send automatic alerts to immigration officials when noncitizens are arrested. that has led to 80,000 deportations. city councilmembers said noncitizens shouldn't be treated differently from citizens since most often go to the custody of county that cooperate it probably won't make a difference. >> yahoo auto has named the tesla model s as it's car of the year. it can seat seven. it's called a future shock of an electric sedan. it costs more than $60,000. >> the rain held off for the parade today. let's see if it'll hold off for the trick or treating. >> i don't think so. i think especially the north bay it's its raining right now. i have reports from vallejo, the rain is starting. you can see it on the live storm tracker. we had a great break but look at this patch of moisture. it's slow moving, you know that. it's hung up on the north bay but in the next hour and a half two hour itself will make a big play as it moves south of the golden gate bridge. t
and look at his record, versus president obama, who has been totally unable to work with divided government in washington... >> chris: sir, if i may, on the question of abortion, though... go ahead. >> i mean, chris, it's not even an issue. it's not an issue here in wisconsin. it doesn't even move the radar at all. the people are concerned about, like i said, yesterday, is unbelievable, how many people came up to me, demanding answers on benghazi. i had a father, a marine, a young marine, saying, listen i want to know who the commander-in-chief is and what orders he gave and what didn't he give and that is the question on the table. i think for the last ten days, what happened in benghazi and, abortion doesn't even show up. >> chris: all right. i promise we'll get to benghazi in a moment. first i want to give senator warner a chance to talk about the women's issue. on the one hand, obviously, you have a lot of women who are liberal on social issues and not happy with mitt romney and on the other hand, the recession, by all standards, number of women, who have lost jobs, number of women who
responsibility for two deaths. the attacks are in response to the arrests of sunni women by the government in an effort to pressure the women's want relatives to turn themselves in. >>> in greece the debt crisis is rekindling efforts for germany to pay pees from world war ii. germany compensated greek victims of nazi crimes in 1966. >>> deputies in tahema county are trying to track thousands of pounds of stolen walnuts. they say 80,000 pounds of tah earthquake ma county walnuts are missing. two truckloads of walnuts never made it to their destination and authorities say they're now looking for a delivery truck driver with a russian accent. >>> our chief meteorologist bill martin working on his bay area forecast including whether it's going to rain on halloween. >>> the san francisco giants are back home for a little r & r tonight but there's no rest for parade planners who are working literally around the clock. rob roth takes us behind the scenes to show us what it takes to get ready for wednesday's big celebration. >> reporter: here inside pier 54 workers are building floats almost non
next year. the government is already under pressure to avoid the year-end fiscal cliff. last year's debt negotiations in congress resulted in a decision to raise the debt ceiling, along with a lowered credit rating from standard and poors. u.s. automakers are setting a new pace to deal with a slowdown in europe. ford and gm reported better-than-expected profits this week as north american sales helped boost revenue while european demand dropped. gm is looking to save $500 million in the next couple years as it restructures in that region. the automaker says it has cut 2,300 jobs in europe and wants to cut 300 more. ford is also restructuring by eliminating 5,700 workers in the uk and europe. "europe has been on the brink for awhile now. but it doesn't seem to be really impacting u.s. sales and north america remains a very profitable wing for most of these automakers worldwide. so europe is slumping and slowly but surely automakers are starting to remove capacity from that region and that should help them deal with it in the long run." that was kelsey may of cars.com. ford and gm b
obama will be there today. he says the federal government is there and will help the jersey area and that whole area recover from the super storm. >>> janine de la vega -- you just got off the phone with an update on relief efforts? >> reporter: a red cross spokes bomb just -- spokeswoman just told me that they are leaving today. those staying behind are encouraging people to donate blood because of the great need. the severe storm caused three dozen blood drives to be canceled. the red cross reports those cancellations -- a shortage of 9,000 units across 14 states. all blood types are needed, especially 0-positive, 0- negative, a-negative and b- negative. >> in a situation like this, when you've got people who are in. >> injured, we -- injured, we -- who are injured, we absolutely need more blood. so i would encourage people to please go out and donate. >> reporter: the local red cross had people providing relief efforts on the red cross. they will be assisting victims in new jersey, new york and pennsylvanias. if you would like to donate money, you can text red cross to 90999 a
are more trusting of the government and less interested in politics. at san jose state there were many empty seats. >> hey, what are you doing right now? >> reporter: those students stood outside trying to get others in. they also used this poster that links devices directly to election websites. >> it's to educate our students more and to tie them to technology. >> reporter: of the 1.4 million people who use the state's new online voter registration system about half of them were younger voters. maureen naylor, ktvu news. >>> a college education without the tuition. >> it's like coming out west in the gold rush. there's this big area who are trying to get in and we have no idea where it's going to go. >> the new trend in education and why some students feel cheated. >> at 10:45, sending supplies to areas hit hard by sandy. the big mobilization effort at travis. [ female announcer ] safeway presents real big deals of the week. or how to get great prices on things you need. heading into the holidays you look for the best deals. that's why we give you real big club card deals each week.
:01. in 30 minutes from now the government's employment report came out. it is the last one before next tuesday's presidential election. coming up at 5:15 what economists predict the october jobs report will say and how both president obama and mitt romney are expected to spend the result -- spin the results. new poll is out suggesting the race for the white house is still neck and neck. the washington post tracking poll shows 49% of likely voters nation-wide support president obama. while 48% say they support republican challenger mitt romney. >>> now to our continuing coverage of sandy. it has killed at least 157 people in the u.s., canada, and the caribbean combined. 4.5million homes and businesses are still without power. that is also deepening the ongoing gap crisis out there. it has forced many gas stations to close while disrupting the flow of fuel from refineries to the stations that are open. the wait at some stations two hours long. >>> new jersey trying to make sure sandy does not ruin tuesday's election. military trucks will serve as polling places in flood ravage communitie
pilgrims heading to a shrine. the government broke into the homes of two families killing a boy and his parents. thousands of muslims celebrated the holiday at the santa clara county fairgrounds. the religious holiday honors the prophet abraham. many who attended said it was a time to reconnect with family and for prayer. >> sometimes you get lost. you kind of like lost touch with your culture or heritage. some of the times where you get to -- get in touch with your roots. >> events to mark the holiday were held at fremont's central park. >> the head of the california crowded prison system said he will step down for a new position. he said he will be the executive director of the california state association of counties. a year ago he signed a law to reduce the inmate population to try to save money. >> east bay city two days from away from enforcing new rules to designed to end indecent activity at massage parlors. city officials met with legal therapists yesterday to talk about new rules. the regulations after police found prostitution at several businesses. >> it would turn your
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